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Supermarkets are paying thousands of dollars for this touch-free handwashing machine that kills 99.9% of germs in 12 seconds
High-tech handwashing stations have been popping up in grocery stores around the country as businesses fight the spread of the coronavirus.
We asked 15 public health experts if homemade masks are a good idea to limit the spread of the coronavirus, and the results are mixed
We asked leading public health experts: "Would you recommend everyone wear homemade face masks to help limit the spread of the coronavirus?"
The coronavirus pandemic has radically redefined what it means to be clean — and major hotel brands are launching enhanced cleanliness initiativ...
Major hospitality brands are introducing cleanliness initiatives to ease traveler fears about the coronavirus as restrictions lift and travel resumes.
My boyfriend has such bad hygiene I don’t want to have sex with him. How can I tell him without hurting his feelings?
You boyfriend's lack of hygiene could say something about his mental health, according to therapist Kelly Scott.
People are buying less shampoo and deodorant, and fewer razors, as they stay indoors during the coronavirus pandemic
Sales of hair care, skincare, and shaving products all declined during the coronavirus pandemic, according to consumer goods company Unilever.
Styes are caused by infected oil glands on your eyelids, and can be the result of poor hygiene or medical conditions. Here's how to get rid of a stye.
Everything that you can safely do outside of your home during the coronavirus outbreak, from grocery shopping to park visits
Concerts, museums, and dine-in establishments are off-limits, but there are ways to meet your immediate needs during the pandemic.
How medical workers decontaminate their clothes when they get home from treating coronavirus patients, and why you don’t have to do the same
Clothing isn't believed to be a major source of coronavirus infection, but a regular laundry routine can help alleviate risk and worry.
WHO says there is no need for healthy people to wear face masks, days after the CDC told all Americans to cover their faces
WHO said face masks aren't the best defense for healthy people and could lead to user error that heightens their infection risk.
People in Laredo, Texas, could be fined up to $1,000 if they don’t wear a mask or a bandana to cover their face during the coronavirus pandemic
A mask shortage and limited scientific evidence on mask effectiveness have health experts debating who should be using protective gear.